Edward J. Manwell

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of prehistoric peoples, the evolutionary history of man, including the evolution of his special attributes, the characteristics and subdivisions of the three great races of man and their movements and dispersal. The appendix contains a chronologic table of the movements of man, of the geologic epochs and culture periods and a glossary. Without this glossary(More)
of time the influence of matter on life and mind will gradually become obliterated and replaced by the influence of mind and its transcendent successors in the great steps of creative evolution." Therefore, "the remote successors of man may be free and independent of matter with infinite possibilities of future progress notwithstanding the complete(More)
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